Unpacking after a trip doesn’t have to be a big drama. These five steps can help you clear out your luggage quickly.
Once you’ve finished hand-washing your travel wardrobe, you need to learn the various ways of drying clothes without a dryer – which is great for saving money or time when on the road.
While it took me entirely too long to learn my lesson, I’m glad to have developed the right system for me when it comes to packing, unpacking and repacking on the road.
We’re going to be staying at an Airbnb apartment during our time in NY. There won’t be a safe or a locker where we can store valuables like extra cash and our passports. What would you suggest we do?
A safari is one of the most coveted travel adventures in the world. This female packing list for a South African safari should help the traveler lucky enough to add this to their travel itinerary.
Caroline tested out some new gear on her trip to Puerto Rico. Her Litegear City Tote review will shine some light on this packable daypack.
Some of us are blessed with thick hair, others with thin hair, some curly and some straight, but mine happens to be oily. Here are a few packing essentials if you, like me, have oily hair.
This Puerto Rico packing list should suit your trip year-round given its mild climate. I recommend packing as lightly as possible, as you may want to catch smaller flights between islands.
I love leggings. They are a female traveler necessity, as they’re light, compact, and dry pretty quickly. Here are my plus size travel leggings resources.
We decided to spice our August up with a fun photo-a-day challenge, and we want YOU to play along!